How to Prepare for Christmas 2020

How to Prepare for Christmas 2020

How to Prepare for Christmas 2020

Introduction

They say Christmas isn’t a season, it is a feeling. And the kind of year that 2020 has been, Christmas 2020 needs to be a very powerful feeling and one that everyone around the globe can feel. The doom and gloom that echoes across seven continents because of COVID-19 have made living miserable. To dispel this glum air, religious festivals are our best chance right now. Christmas 2020 is your chance to be happy once more, and taste the zest of life which makes living worth it! So, in this discussion, we are going to help you get all prepared for Christmas 2020. End the year on a high note, as they say!

8 weeks before Christmas

Grab your sticky notes and a pen, this is going to be fun! Let us make a checklist of the stuff that you ought to get done before Christmas 2020. So, eight weeks before Christmas, you should be focusing on creating a gift list and researching gifts. But before you do that, you need to check your wallet and set a limit on spending. This is an important thing to do since the attraction of Christmas can be quite alluring. Now, as for the gifts, well make sure you brainstorm hard. You can’t just walk to a gift shop and start buying gifts randomly. Make sure that your gifts reflect an element of the person you are giving it to!

6 weeks before Christmas

Purchasing personalized gifts or getting them custom made can take a lot of time. Once you are done with the gifts, the next item on the agenda should be Christmas cards. We don’t know if you love handmade or printed Christmas cards. But in any case, get them and sort the address list of receivers as well. Make sure you have jotted them down correctly in your notebook. Along with the cards, you can also start thinking about your activities on Christmas day. Are you hosting or traveling this year?

4 weeks before Christmas

The biggest event a month before Christmas is, of course, the Black Friday. Mark your calendars for the 27th November so that you don’t miss out on all the discounts that are offered on Black Friday sales. If you haven’t purchased the gifts by 27th, the fourth last day of November would be the perfect time to do so. In case you have already bought gifts and some coins are still jangling in your pockets, well spend them on extra batteries. Oh, and this would be the perfect time to buy a Christmas tree!

2 weeks before Christmas

It is warming up nicely, right? Now we hope that you have put the international Christmas cards in the mail already! So tell us, what are your plans about that Turkey? If you are planning to purchase it two weeks before Christmas, you better hurry up and place your order. This would also be the time by which you will start receiving other people’s Christmas 2020 cards. Now, what is stopping you from putting on a show and displaying these cards on a prominent shelf in your house?

Christmas week

Just seven days to go. It is time to have another look at every effort you have put in the last couple of months leading up to Christmas 2020. Another inspection becomes even more critical if you are hosting. Oh, and do you have a playlist ready? If no, do make that and WRAP YOUR GIFTS!

Christmas day!

Drum rolls, the day of happiness is here finally. Well, we don’t like instructing you there. It is a day of merriment, so be as much happiness as you can. Tear apart those wrappers and open them gifts (make sure you write thank you cards though). Whip up some hot chocolate to celebrate Christmas 2020 in its right spirit. In short, all that we are trying to say is rejoice as much as you can!

Ready for Christmas Donation

Just like in any other celebration, We should not forget others in need of our help. Please donate this Christmas.

Conclusion

We all know that Christmas is a day full of meaning and enriched with traditions. Those jingling bells have a message for everyone, spread nothing but joy! This is the very spirit with which we want you to celebrate Christmas 2020. Open presents, open hearts. Oh, but please don’t indulge or eat too much!

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